Harvey Cross House

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Harvey Cross House
Photograph of the Cross House, a two-story house with a broad, two-level porch, bay windows on the front and side, and a brick chimney, seen from the front from a level below the foundation of the house
The Cross House in 2009
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Location in Oregon City, Oregon
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Harvey Cross House (Oregon)
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Harvey Cross House (the United States)
Location809 Washington Street
Oregon City, Oregon
Coordinates45°21′27″N 122°36′15″W / 45.357482°N 122.604249°W / 45.357482; -122.604249Coordinates: 45°21′27″N 122°36′15″W / 45.357482°N 122.604249°W / 45.357482; -122.604249
AreaApprox. 6,930 sq ft (644 m2)[1]
Builtc. 1885–1890,
relocated c. 1915
ArchitectUnknown[1]
Architectural styleItalianate[1]
NRHP reference #79002043
Added to NRHPOctober 30, 1979

The Harvey Cross House is a historic residence in Oregon City, Oregon, United States. It was built c. 1885–1890, then relocated within Oregon City c. 1915, and is one of the finest, most stately examples of Italianate residential architecture in the city. The house was built for Harvey Cross, an investor in the Barlow Road and founder, with partners, founded the Gladstone Real Estate Association, which eventually led to the establishment of the city of Gladstone, Oregon. He served as a county judge and state senator, and promoted Chautauqua in the Willamette Valley.[1]

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c d MacRostie, William G. (September 1, 1978), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: Cross, Harvey, House (PDF), retrieved March 16, 2016.
  2. ^ "Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service: National Register of Historic Places; Annual Listing of Historic Properties", 45 FR 17446 (March 18, 1980), at 17474.

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